Better haste than never, as after much buzz on Apple Mac App Store which pretends that it has strengthened and made sure that pirated and cracked apps will not make to the Mac Store is now seems to be a joke as there’s now a trick which came into the light where you can download one of the most popular paid game which is Angry Birds from your Apple Mac store. Now, I’m sure when Apple knows this it would be Angry Apple as there has emerged a loop hole in the Apple Mac Store, so without much description about the same let’s proceed on how you can get a paid game app of Angry Birds for free. Just you need to follow a simple procedure and you are done with the free paid game app of Angry Birds.
Procedure to get free paid app game of Angry Birds from Apple Mac Store:
- First of all you need to upgrade to Mac OS X Snow Leopard update which is version 10.6.6 which will basically allow you to provide access to the Apple Mac App Store.
- Now, you need to Sign into the new App Mac Store which is there in the Mac Dock and then you need to download the twitter app.
- Now, go to the Applications folder, find and right click on the twitter to select Show Package Contents. Now navigate to the Contents folder and then you need to copy _CodeSignature, _MASReceipt and CodeResources as shown below.
- Now, you need to download the .dmg file of a paid app, before this you need have to find the direct download links to the app’s DMG file. For example, DMG from Angry Birds: Angry Birds.app.dmg
- Now, Run the .dmg file and simply drag the app into the Applications folder
- After this, Right click on the dragged application and just select the Show Package Contents and navigate to Contents folder and delete _CodeSignature, _MASReceipt and CodeResources which were added in the above steps..
- Now, paste the files which has been copied from the Twitter.app.
Though this trick won’t apply for all thee paid applications specially for the apps which validates the bundle ID with the app’s original bundle ID, it’s just a rare case where Apple has gone wrong, but soon it will be fixed by the Apple Team.